4 bedroom house
High Street, Whitwell, IW
Anne McDineEmail me
Whitwell has a friendly community spirit and benefits from a good bus route as well as the super local pub – reported to be the oldest pub in the UK and the social hub of the village. I love this house – it is elegantly styled and honest to its period, having been lovingly and carefully maintained, and I know it will be hugely appealing to buyers.
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Entrance porch:This beautiful introduction to the home has a vaulted ceiling and multi-paned windows to front and side, offering plenty of space for coats and boots. Multi paned door to:
Entrance hallway:With stairs to first floor and period stripped panelled doors to:
Living room:29'6 max x 12'2 max (8.99m max x 3.71m max) - Spanning the depth of the home on one side, this gorgeous room is presented in a modern colour palette with a delicate papered accent to one wall and features a handsome Clear View woodburning stove as a focal point to the sitting area. The room has been designed to create a wonderful family gathering and entertaining area with sash windows to front and side and bi-fold doors to the rear linking the room to the garden. A wide opening to one side leads to the:
Kitchen:15'7 max x 13'3 max (4.75m max x 4.04m max) - Beautifully styled to create a modern and functional space, but with period touches in keeping with the character of the home. Grey fronted units with pewter twist handles are topped by glossy granite style worktops and double glazed windows to the side and rear frame the garden outlook. A stunning black leaded range sits within the chimney recess and a central island provides additional work and storage space. Spaces for all appliances, ceramic one and a half bowl sink unit and built in larder cupboard. Door to:
Sitting room/snug:12'2 x 12'2 max (3.71m x 3.71m max) - A wonderfully cosy separate sitting area decorated in chalk white with a striking papered accent to one wall and sash double glazed front window. A second Clear View woodburning stove provides a warming focal point to the room with a rustic brick hearth and elegant white surround. Door to understairs storage cupboard and further door to hallway.
First floor landing:With period stripped wooden doors to:
Bedroom one:12'0 x 11'3 (3.66m x 3.43m) - A relaxing master bedroom with gently curved ceiling and double glazed sash window to side. An elegant papered accent features to one wall and there is a door to:
En-suite shower room:11'3 max x 3'10 max (3.43m max x 1.17m max) - Decorated in attractive aubergine colours with glossy white tiling and mosaic decals, fitted with chic white suite of WC; wash hand basin and corner shower enclosure. Sash double glazed rear window and gently sloped ceiling with inset downlights.
Bedroom two:12'5 max x 12'2 (3.78m max x 3.71m) - A second double room in cream colours with an olive green accent to one wall and handsome tiled fireplace. Sash double glazed window to front.
Bedroom three:12'2 x 12'2 max (3.71m x 3.71m max) - Another pretty double bedroom in pale rose pink decor with a mulberry accent to the chimney breast which features a beautiful period fireplace. Built in wardrobe and sash double glazed front window.
Bedroom four:12'1 max x 11'6 max (3.68m max x 3.51m max) - A smaller, L-shaped double bedroom with built in cupboard and separate airing cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder. Sash double glazed side window.
Bathroom:7'5 max x 7'3 max (2.26m max x 2.21m max) - Stylishly presented and fully tiled in glossy natural stone style tiling. Fitted with sleek white suite of WC; vanity wash hand basin and corner spa bath with shower over. Double glazed rear window and access to loft.
Parking:To the side of the home is a wide gravelled area providing plenty of parking and giving access to the outside store housing the oil fired boiler, as well as leading to the:
Double garage:16'7 x 15'9 (5.05m x 4.80m) - A smart wooden garage with pitched roof and double doors opening to the front.
Gardens:Gated access leads to the neatly arranged and good sized gardens which extend to the front, side and rear of the home, featuring manicured lawns and sheltered seating areas in different locations to catch the sun at different parts of the day. The front garden has a curved brick wall with a planted, raised bed above and the rear garden has a raised patio outside the bi-fold doors - perfect for al-fresco dining. The remaining rear garden is lawned with a wood store to one side and a pretty stream running to the rear.
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